Temple/AIB Best Paper Award2021-01-27T15:06:56+00:00
In 2002, Temple University’s Fox School of Business agreed to endow an award for the best paper at the AIB Annual Meetings. Finalists for this award have been identified by their peers through a rigorous review process as making the strongest scholarly submission to that year’s conference. A winner is then selected from among these finalists by the Best Paper Award Committee.
All papers accepted for presentation at the AIB Annual Meeting through a double-blind review process are eligible for the award. The finalists are nominated by the program chair, track chairs and reviewers. The Best Paper Award Committee then reviews the finalist papers and chooses the winning paper. The winning paper receives a plaque and a scholarship award at the awards ceremony of the AIB annual meeting.
Winner(s): Noman Shaheer (3); Sali Li (2); Richard Priem (3) Affiliation(s): (1) The University of Sydney; (2) University of South Carolina; (3) Texas Christian University Article:Location and Capabilities for Digital Internationalization
Winner(s): Jakob Muellner (1); Martin Fraissler (2); Jonas Puck (3); Sinziana Dorobantu (4) Affiliation(s): (1, 2, 3) Vienna University of Economics and Business; (4) New York University Article:Electoral Uncertainty, Political Constraints and Political Capabilities in Cross-Border Investment Activity
Winner(s): Stephanie Wang (1); Dan Li (2) Affiliation(s): (1, 2) Indiana University Article:Responding to Public Disclosure of Corporate Social Irresponsibility in Host Countries: Information vs. Ownership Control
Winner(s): Vittoria G. Scalera (1), Samuele Murtinu (2), and Roger Strange (3) Affiliation(s): (1) University of Amsterdam; (2) University of Groningen; (3) University of Sussex Article:Sovereign Wealth Funds’ International Investments: The Role of Politicization and Bilateral Relations
Winner(s): Exequiel Hernandez (1), and Elena Kulchina (2) Affiliation(s): (1) University of Pennsylvania; (2) Duke University Article: Immigrants and Firm Performance: Effects on Foreign Subsidiaries versus Foreign Entrepreneurial Firms
Winner(s): Stephan Manning (1), and Marcus M. Larsen (2) Affiliation(s): (1) University of Massachusetts Boston; (2) Copenhagen Business School Article:Does Institutional Distance Still Matter? Industry Standards and Global Sourcing Location Choices
Winner(s): Ajai Gaur (1), Yong Yang (2), and Deeksha Singh (1) Affiliation(s): (1) Rutgers University; (2) University of Sussex Article:Strategic Location in the Global Value Chain and Foreign Subsidiary Performance: Evidence from 105 Countries
Winner(s): Kai Xu and Lorraine Eden Affiliation(s): Texas A&M University Article:Institutional Distance, Direction and Complementarity: Impacts on the Mode of Entry Decision
Winner(s): Sokol Celo (1) and Aya Chacar (2) Affiliation(s): (1) Suffolk University; (2) Florida International University Article:Country Relatedness and International Coherence
Winner(s): Dirk Michael Boehe Affiliation(s): Insper Institute of Education and Research Article:Collaborate at Home to Win Abroad:How does Access to Local Network Resources Influence Export Behavior?
Winner(s): Martine Haas (1) and Jonathon Cummings (2) Affiliation(s): (1) University of Pennsylvania; (2) Duke University Article: Which Differences Matter Most in Transnational Teams? Cultural, Geographic, Demographic, and Structural Barriers to Knowledge Seeking
Winner(s): Tieying Yu (1), Mohan Subramaniam (1), and Albert A. Cannella, Jr. (2) Affiliation(s): (1) Boston College; (2) Tulane University Article:Competing Globally, Allying Locally: Host Country Factors and Alliances between Global Rivals
Winner(s): Ishtiaq Pasha Mahmood (1), Hongjin Zhu (1), and Aks Zaheer (2) Affiliation(s): (1) National University of Singapore; (2) University of Minnesota Article: The Contingent Role of Network Hierarchy on Firm Performance
Winner(s): Peter Magnusson (1), Stanford A. Westjohn (2), and David J. Boggs (3) Affiliation(s): (1) Saint Louis University; (2) Saint Louis University; (3) Eastern Illinois University Article:Order-of-Entry Effects for Knowledge-Based Service Firms in Emerging Markets
Winner(s): Jean-Luc Arregle (1), Louis Hébert (2), and Paul W. Beamish (3) Affiliation(s): (1) EDHEC Business School; (2) HEC Montreal; (3) University of Western Ontario Article:Assessing the Advantages of Multilevel Methods for Entry Mode Research
Winner(s): Changhui Zhou and Tony S. Frost Article:Subsidiary’s Inflow and Outflow of Knowledge within MNCs
Winner(s): Charles Dhanaraj, Marjorie A. Lyles, H. Kevin Steensma, and Laszlo Tihanyi Affiliation(s): Indiana University Article:Managing the Dynamics of Tacit and Explicit Learning in IJVs
Winner(s): Nicolai J. Foss and Torben Pedersen Affiliation(s): Copenhagen Business School Article: The MNC as a Knowledge Structure: The Roles of Knowledge Sources and Organizational Instruments for Knowledge Creation and Transfer
Winner(s): Anthony Goerzen (1) and Paul Beamish (2) Affiliation(s): (1) Babson College; (2) University of Western Ontario Article:Geographic Scope and Multinational Enterprise Performance
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